Red Wood Mirrors(22 items)
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Featured Reviews on Red Wood Mirrors
These three decor mirrors are so beautiful and unique, they make a wonderful decor addition to my guest bedroom.
This mirror is very similar to one my mother had hanging in our house. This particular one will be a wedding gift for a young woman who is discovering her Peruvian past. Que lindo!
This mirror just makes me happy. It hangs in the foyer. The workmanship is exquisite. Ive had it three years and it looks brand new.
Asunta Pelaez Reverse-painted glass mirrors and trays
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Popular Red Wood Mirrors
Rectangular Handcrafted Floral Reverse-Painted Glass Mirror, "Scarlet Flame"$237.99
Golden flames surround floral garlands on brilliant scarlet. By Marcos Luzalde, the mirror frame is carved from mohena, a fine Peruvian hardwood similar to mahogany. He then paints the flowers by hand on the reverse side of glass panes and inlays them around the looking glass. Bronze gilt on the borders adds a golden shine.
Reverse painted glass mirror, "Red Summer Radiance"$169.99
Butterflies and flowers celebrate together on a vibrant background. By Peruvian master Gelacio Girón, this wall mirror is crafted in the time-honored tradition of Cajamarca. He paints the motifs on the reverse side of glass, achieving a jewel-like clarity of color. Gilt adorns the borders.
Reverse Painted Glass Wood Mirror from Peru, "White Star"$79.99
The wondrous and colorful art of Cajamarca finds reflection in this mirror, hand-painted with elaborate detail by Asunta Pelaez. The mirror is surrounded by painted glass panels beaming with crimson light, akin to the brightest star in the Peruvian firmament.
Handcrafted Reverse Painted Glass Mirror, "Red Summer Garden"$47.99
Summer dragonflies alight in a crimson garden, beautifully depicted by Peruvian master artisan Gelacio Girón. This exquisite wall mirror is crafted in the time-honored tradition of Cajamarca. The artisan paints the motifs on the reverse side of glass, achieving a jewel-like clarity of color. Golden color adorns the borders.